Zagga Expands Team; Builds Human and Intellectual Capital

As part of our growth journey, and in adding to our pool of deep experience and multi-disciplinary knowledge, we are pleased to announce these new appointments to the Zagga team: 

Stefan Singer (Country Head, Singapore)

Stefan brings twenty years of broad experience in structured solutions across a variety of markets gained from his long tenure at J.P. Morgan in both New York and Hong Kong.

Nikki Kemp (Independent Chair, Zagga ESG Advisory Committee (Singapore-based))

Nikki recently led the World Economic Forum’s ‘Sustainable Development Investment Partnership’ in ASEAN  and has served on various Not-For-Profit boards and committees for sustainability and social development agendas for children and youth. Nikki brings decades of experience across corporate and institutional banking in Australia, UK and Asia Pacific with HSBC and ANZ, independent sustainable finance consultancy in Asia Pacific, and co-founder of an energy efficiency fintech.

In addition, we also welcome the following recently appointed team members:

  • Joannes Yosaviera – Credit Analyst
  • Rebecca Clare – Marketing & Team Assistant
  • Eliza Murphy – Investment Analyst
  • Aurora Bormate – Client Services

And most recently, we welcome Mark Finch and Michael McAlistair Campbell, both joining the team as our latest Business Development Managers.

Mark has been in the financial services industry for the last 20 years with exposure spanning the UK and Australian markets and has worked in Platform, Funds Management and Superannuation market sectors.

With experience ranging from start ups to large listed companies, he is passionate about delivering cutting-edge products and solutions that provide clients with a point of difference. Mark is focused on building long-term relationships with clients, a strength proven by his large network of relationships across the financial services market.

We wish everyone success in their future with Zagga.

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